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Readily accessible bicyclononynes for bioorthogonal labeling and three-dimensional imaging of living cells.

Dommerholt J, Schmidt S, Temming R, Hendriks LJ, Rutjes FP, van Hest JC, Lefeber DJ, Friedl P, van Delft FL - Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. (2010)

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Affiliation: Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Molecules and Materials, Heijendaalseweg 135, 6525 AJ, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

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The advent of chemical biology tools for imaging and tracking of biomolecules (proteins, lipids, glycans) in their native environment is providing unique insights into cellular processes that are not achievable with traditional biochemical or molecular biology tools... Bioorthogonal labeling of biomolecules has proven particularly useful for the detection and study of glycans and lipids, based on a highly selective reaction between an abiotic functional tag and a designed chemical probe... Most prominently, azides were find to react with cyclooctynes with high reaction rates in a so-called strain-promoted alkyne–azide cycloaddition (SPAAC)... The toolbox of metal-free bioorthogonal reactions was most recently further expanded by our research group and others, by demonstrating that cyclooctynes undergo even more rapid strain-promoted cycloaddition with nitrones (SPANC), a procedure that was found suitable for dual, irreversible, and site-specific N-terminal modification of proteins... The desired bicyclo[6.1.0]non-4-yn-9-ol (endo-) was thus obtained in 61 % overall yield after purification (the diastereomeric exo-isomer of was prepared in 53 % yield form exo-)... Both exo- or endo- were found sufficiently stable for prolonged storage at −20 °C and did not undergo structural change upon stirring in the presence of 5 mm glutathione for 48 hours in CD3CN/D2O (1:2)... Reaction rates increased, as anticipated, in a more polar mixture (CD3CN/D2O (1:2)), measuring 0.29 and 0.19 m s for endo- and exo-, respectively, values similar to or better than other cyclooctyne systems... Strain-promoted acetylene–nitrone cycloaddition (SPANC) with nitrone (Scheme 2 b) instead of an azide was found to be significantly faster, measuring 1.66 and 1.32 m s for endo- and exo-, respectively... The usefulness of BCN for bioorthogonal functionalization of biomolecules was next investigated in the one-pot SPANC functionalization of a model peptide with an N-terminal serine... In all cases, cells retained morphological integrity and cell surface fluorescence, with consistently higher labeling for BCN than for DIBO, as detected by confocal microscopy (Figure 2 a) and flow cytometry (Figure 2 b)... By using flow cytometry, high monophasic intensities and excellent signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) were found for both DIBO-biotin (SNR=116) and BCN-biotin (SNR=221)... Thereby, submicron resolution reveals fine surface distribution of sialic acids at leading edge filopodia, focal clusters at actin-rich contact sites to collagen fibers, and substantial glycan-rich deposits into the tissue matrix from the trailing edge (see the Supporting Information)... In conclusion, in view of the non-toxic labeling procedure, the tunable fluorescent properties by choice of dye and the high signal-to-noise ratio, BCN will be useful for addressing molecular glycan function studies in live-cell and other systems.

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Reactions and structures of cyclooctyne compounds for strain-promoted cycloaddition. a) Cycloaddition with azide (SPAAC) or nitrone (SPANC). b) Structures of the most commonly employed cyclooctynes.
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fig04: Reactions and structures of cyclooctyne compounds for strain-promoted cycloaddition. a) Cycloaddition with azide (SPAAC) or nitrone (SPANC). b) Structures of the most commonly employed cyclooctynes.


Readily accessible bicyclononynes for bioorthogonal labeling and three-dimensional imaging of living cells.

Dommerholt J, Schmidt S, Temming R, Hendriks LJ, Rutjes FP, van Hest JC, Lefeber DJ, Friedl P, van Delft FL - Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. (2010)

Reactions and structures of cyclooctyne compounds for strain-promoted cycloaddition. a) Cycloaddition with azide (SPAAC) or nitrone (SPANC). b) Structures of the most commonly employed cyclooctynes.
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fig04: Reactions and structures of cyclooctyne compounds for strain-promoted cycloaddition. a) Cycloaddition with azide (SPAAC) or nitrone (SPANC). b) Structures of the most commonly employed cyclooctynes.

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Affiliation: Radboud University Nijmegen, Institute for Molecules and Materials, Heijendaalseweg 135, 6525 AJ, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

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The advent of chemical biology tools for imaging and tracking of biomolecules (proteins, lipids, glycans) in their native environment is providing unique insights into cellular processes that are not achievable with traditional biochemical or molecular biology tools... Bioorthogonal labeling of biomolecules has proven particularly useful for the detection and study of glycans and lipids, based on a highly selective reaction between an abiotic functional tag and a designed chemical probe... Most prominently, azides were find to react with cyclooctynes with high reaction rates in a so-called strain-promoted alkyne–azide cycloaddition (SPAAC)... The toolbox of metal-free bioorthogonal reactions was most recently further expanded by our research group and others, by demonstrating that cyclooctynes undergo even more rapid strain-promoted cycloaddition with nitrones (SPANC), a procedure that was found suitable for dual, irreversible, and site-specific N-terminal modification of proteins... The desired bicyclo[6.1.0]non-4-yn-9-ol (endo-) was thus obtained in 61 % overall yield after purification (the diastereomeric exo-isomer of was prepared in 53 % yield form exo-)... Both exo- or endo- were found sufficiently stable for prolonged storage at −20 °C and did not undergo structural change upon stirring in the presence of 5 mm glutathione for 48 hours in CD3CN/D2O (1:2)... Reaction rates increased, as anticipated, in a more polar mixture (CD3CN/D2O (1:2)), measuring 0.29 and 0.19 m s for endo- and exo-, respectively, values similar to or better than other cyclooctyne systems... Strain-promoted acetylene–nitrone cycloaddition (SPANC) with nitrone (Scheme 2 b) instead of an azide was found to be significantly faster, measuring 1.66 and 1.32 m s for endo- and exo-, respectively... The usefulness of BCN for bioorthogonal functionalization of biomolecules was next investigated in the one-pot SPANC functionalization of a model peptide with an N-terminal serine... In all cases, cells retained morphological integrity and cell surface fluorescence, with consistently higher labeling for BCN than for DIBO, as detected by confocal microscopy (Figure 2 a) and flow cytometry (Figure 2 b)... By using flow cytometry, high monophasic intensities and excellent signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) were found for both DIBO-biotin (SNR=116) and BCN-biotin (SNR=221)... Thereby, submicron resolution reveals fine surface distribution of sialic acids at leading edge filopodia, focal clusters at actin-rich contact sites to collagen fibers, and substantial glycan-rich deposits into the tissue matrix from the trailing edge (see the Supporting Information)... In conclusion, in view of the non-toxic labeling procedure, the tunable fluorescent properties by choice of dye and the high signal-to-noise ratio, BCN will be useful for addressing molecular glycan function studies in live-cell and other systems.

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